Too High Too Quickly
Multi-talented and multi-facetted Steven Sproat, has released 5 well-received albums, has had airtime on BBC Radio (including Radio 2), has played live at a number of famous venues including Ronnie Scotts, the Mean Fiddler and the Stables – as well as having performed internationally from the Edinburgh Festival to New York and Singapore.
Steven is also renowned as one of the UKʼs leading ukulele artists. Having taught ukulele to Harry Hill, Sir Tom Courtenay, Nicky Campbell and Frank Skinner he also made a documentary for Channel 4 with Frank Skinner about George Formby, and performed on ITV’s Alan Titchmarsh show. He is a best selling author of the popular Ukulele learning books, and has taught workshops all over the world.
This new single sees Stephen once again exploring his pop singer/songwriter side. The catchy, bouncy, upbeat song about the search and angst of finding love and the subsequent doubts about timing and the pace of the development of a relationship features Steven’s unique chord progressions and acoustic guitar and ukulele with memorable hooks and a catchy chorus. This is all built on the drum foundation supplied by the solid drumming of Colin Griffin who works with Van Morrison